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10 Best TV Shows to Watch Spring 2015

Eric Liebowitz/Netflix
Eric Liebowitz/Netflix

We combed through the midseason madness of TV premieres and rounded up a list of the year’s best and most promising new shows.

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‘Peter Pan Live!’ – A GIF Review

Peter Pan Live!

There's only one way to celebrate Allison Williams' 'Peter Pan Live!' -- with a GIF review!

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‘About Last Night’ Review

About Last Night (2014)
Screen Gems

"Remake" is often Hollywood code for "rehashed, lazy cash grab," but sometimes a basic premise can be given a refreshing new spin with the right cast and crew behind it. Starring Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Michael Ealy and Joy Bryant, 'About Last Night' is the rare remake that justifies its existence by being freshly fun and thoroughly entertaining.

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Category: Movie News, Reviews

‘Endless Love’ Review

Endless Love (2014)
Universal Pictures

Often felt in the hormone-fueled heydays of youth, first love can be a frenzy of overwhelming passion and dizzying lust. So of course it's a sensational jumping off point for drama. Add in a dash of deep parental disapproval, and you've got the stuff of Shakespeare. Sadly, while the new movie 'Endless Love' has the premise for great romantic drama, it lacks the conviction and execution, coming up boring where it should be bold.

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Mariah Carey, ‘You’re Mine (Eternal)’ – Song Review


Mariah Carey revisits her classic, mid-to-late-'90s R&B form with her new single 'You're Mine (Eternal),' a romantic, slower jam that celebrates a love she never wants to end.

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Filed Under: Category: Music News, News, Reviews, Songs

‘Vampire Academy’ Review

Vampire Academy (2014)
The Weinstein Company

Based on the bestselling YA book series, 'Vampire Academy' seemed a promising movie adaptation. Combining the cutthroat world of high school with the bloodlust of vampire fiction, it had an enticing starting point. Adding to its allure were a writer and director who have defined the modern teen queen movie, Daniel Waters, the screenwriter of 'Heathers,' and Mark Waters, the director of 'Mean Girls.' So how did the 'Vampire Academy' turn out so lifeless?

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Category: Movie News, Reviews

‘The LEGO Movie’ Review

The LEGO Movie
Warner Bros.

Few things scream "cash grab" as loudly as a movie about a popular children's toy, as these productions rely highly on the brand recognition of children and nostalgia of adults. Making a good movie inspired by pre-existing playthings is such a rare thing that it almost seems impossible. Thankfully, Phil Lord and Chris Miller -- the directing duo behind the charming 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs' and the hilarious '21 Jump Street' reboot -- are known for turning terrible-sounding projects into spectacularly entertaining adventures. And they've done the impossible with 'The LEGO Movie', creating a wonderful narrative that perfectly captures the wonder and joy of playing with the iconic building blocks.

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Category: Movie News, Reviews

Little Mix, ‘Salute’ – Album Review


For those about to pop, we 'Salute' you! Little Mix's second album 'Salute' is one glorious, female vocal ensemble album, fueled by mesmerizing harmonies, jaw-dropping runs, and plenty of uptempo, cheerleader-y anthems. We can't get enough of this stuff.

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Filed Under: Category: Music News, New Albums, News, Reviews

‘That Awkward Moment’ Review

Focus Features

Last week saw the release of Vanessa Hudgens' brave dramatic turn in 'Gimme Shelter.' This week, her 'High School Musical' co-star Zac Efron tries his hand at R-rated comedy with the rom-com for dudes and by dudes, 'That Awkward Moment.' So, has he made his next step from child star to accomplished adult actor as powerfully as she did? In a word: no.

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‘Gimme Shelter’ Review

Roadside Attractions

After former Disney kid Vanessa Hudgens scored the spotlight with a string of family-friendly 'High School Musical' movies, she began the tricky trek from child star to respected ingénue. Her first step was to shake up her image with steamy roles in controversial features like 'Sucker Punch' and 'Spring Breakers.' Now with the coming-of-age indie 'Gimme Shelter,' Hudgens strives to show how committed she is to her craft, by casting vanity out the door and digging deep into drama.

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Filed Under: Category: Movie News, News, Reviews

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